Kwartin

Kwartin

A Maltese unit of volume approximately equivalent to 32 milliliters. It was originally used to measure milk and oil. It is largely obsolete but is still used in some circumstances.
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and Saul Kwartin, of counsel to Wofsey, Rosen, Kweskin and Kuriansky, attorneys.
It's not good enough just to burn wood,- says Bob Kwartin of the Environmental Protection Agency.
ICF provides diverse subject matter experts and functional skill sets that will enable individuals to prepare for new opportunities in the rapidly growing green industries," said Robert Kwartin, vice president for ICF International.
It's all about partnership," said Bob Kwartin, Eastern's Director of Retail Power Marketing.
CONTACT: Bob Kwartin, The Eastern Group, 703-317-6455/
EPA is increasing its cooperation with the public and private sectors to promote clean energy and voluntary leadership in climate change mitigation, and ICF is fully committed to this vision," said Robert Kwartin, an ICF vice president and renewable energy and voluntary programs specialist.
PowerPick pilot program," said Bob Kwartin, Director of Retail
For the benefit of the environment, public health, and our region's general livability, supporting transportation options like bicycling, mass transit, and ridesharing is a vitally important initiative for ICF," said Bob Kwartin, an ICF vice president, energy efficiency expert, and active bicycling proponent.
Cooper Lighting has distinguished itself in every phase of Ally responsibility, and in the process, has carved out a path for other allies to follow," Kwartin stated.
Dubbed the "Jewish Placido Domingo," he has been likened to the legendary performers of cantorial music's golden age, including Yossele Rosenblatt, Moshe Koussevitzky and Zavel Kwartin.
Eppler replaces Saul Kwartin, who has retired from the board after ten years of service.
According to EPA Green Lights Program Director, Robert Kwartin, "Energy-efficient lighting upgrades effectively reduce nitrogen oxide (NOx), sulfur dioxide (SO2) and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by limiting or postponing the need for new construction of electrical power-generating utilities burning fossil fuels.